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Global Warming Update: Snow in 49 States

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By Doug Powers  •  January 12, 2011 04:04 PM

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A warming planet continues to cause snowstorms, and as of now, only Florida is being spared the wrath:

You might recall that last February, we posted about the news that there was at least a trace of snow on the ground in all 50 states. Well, according to the National Weather Service, the only state that this morning didn’t have at least a bit of snow on the ground was Florida.

Yes, according to the Weather Service: “This includes Hawaii where about seven inches of snow is atop Mauna Kea.”

Snow is currently on the ground in 69.4 percent of the lower 48 — it would be on 70.2 percent of the ground but Al Gore covered a field of Tennessee Irises with one of his sport jackets so they wouldn’t frost while he was wintering in his new California mansion.

On the topic of climate change, since a heated debate is now raging over “violent political rhetoric” and metaphors, remember this explosive video about what the future might hold for global warming deniers? Of course you don’t, because the left doesn’t participate in such ugliness.

**Today’s Global Warming Update was brought to you by Hotfingers Gloves. When global warming is turning your fingers blue, reach for Hotfingers — made with Gore-Tex┬«.

(h/t Russell Cook)

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